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The Unforsaken Hiero

The Unforsaken Hiero
by Sterling E. Lanier
Published by Del Rey Books, 1983
Amazon.com: hardcover, paperback
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Recommended by: Ross Pavlac
[The Unforsaken Hiero]

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Other Comments:

This book is a sequel to Hiero's Journey, and opens hours after the first book closes. (Although it took ten more years to get it published.) Instead of returning home with his prize, Hiero journeys on to the city of D'alwah, an enclave of civilisation which, like his own Metz Republic, is threatened by the machinations of the Unclean.

Lanier introduces even stranger creatures, and much more combat. He also introduces different religions, apparently descendents of current Jews and Muslims. Also, Hiero's faith plays a more important part in the story than in the first book. This book, far more than the first one, cries out for a sequel, but as far as I know, Lanier never got one published. – Greg Slade (July, 2005)

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